First betas of watchOS 3.1, tvOS 10.0.1 and macOS Sierra 10.12.1 now available

By , Sep 21, 2016

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In addition to iOS 10.1, Apple on Wednesday released the first betas of watchOS 3.1, tvOS 10.0.1 and macOS Sierra 10.12.1. Registered developers can grab the new software from Apple’s online developer portal, or via their respective over-the-air update methods.

It’s not known yet what changes these updates will include, but we expect them to be more along the lines of bug fixes and improvements, rather than major new features. Apple released macOS 10.12 publicly on Tuesday, and watchOS 3/tvOS 10 early last week.

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  • MrTarek

    Lol , macOS was just released yesterday

    • nova voter

      right?? it’s like the speculation over iPhone 8 on iPhone 7 launch day.

    • Shadowelite123

      It’s been in beta for the past few months…

  • Rickey Woods

    Apple needs to release an update where you can receive notifications on an apple watch and iPhone without turning off the wrist detection feature.

  • Shadowelite123

    Has anyone had any experience with macOS Sierra? Any problems, glitches, or any real reasons not to update? Looking to update this weekend however, since there’s a few days till then, I thought I’d see how the software is doing with others.

    • MrTarek

      Just restored to mavericks from ElCapitan yesterday , it’s the heaven 🙂

  • Bacillus

    Fed up up with all alpha software released lately.
    Awaiting for 1.0 aka Beta’s or 1.x aka GM’s.